So many fun bags floating around LA Street Food Fest and I showed you my favorite Gucci Girl, but these caught my eye, too:
Foley + Corinna’s City Bag is the best bag ever and easier to handle with the detachable shoulder strap, but cleaner aesthetically by slipping the handles over the shoulder. She picked up this Large Metallic City Bag years ago and it’s still mint. This studded version is cool and they have a few solid colors on sale now. BTW, I’m also crushing on the purple shirt with the swinging chains. Click here for the full post… Show me more.
Close, Closer, Closest - Such a fun Saturday StyleSpotting poolside at the landmark Hotel Roosevelt with Jill & Nick. More details in posts to follow, but it was hard not to notice Andrea circling the pool with this Coach Wristlet. Gorgeous girl, best body there and even more mesmerizing (for the women, anyway) with the perfect poolside bag. It was a limited edition, but I’d say now’s a good time to resurrect it! If I can’t find it on ebay, I’ll check out some of their other fun wristlets like the Poppy Chan ($58), Poppy Sapphire Leather ($108) or Gold Poppy Sequins Zippy ($128). More poolside pix to come. Splash!
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Who Wears Short Shorts? Cute twenty-somethings like blogger Arielle Noa can pull it off. Nothing so new about short shorts, but I’m loving the pocket fallout that I’m spotting all over LA. Click me for the full story.
Coach designed by Karla Deras of karlascloset.com
I want this! Pre-order online starting today (May 19). — I don’t know about you, but I’m curious to see the latest Coach Collection for myself – a variety of limited edition handbags designed by 4 influential fashion bloggers. Coach is pretty clever to have established relationships with these style arbiters early on, especially by gifting them with a variety of bags that usually end up in their posts as well. Each design is more extreme than the other, but the one I’m contemplating (above) was designed by Karla Deras of Karla’s Closet. It’s a tough, black, pebbled leather convertible clutch and, voila, a shoulder bag or cross-body option. Kelly Framel of The Glamourai designed a crocodile embossed lavender hobo, adorable Angeleno Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere created a light pink feminine satchel and media muse Krystal Simpson of What is Reality Anyway came up with a fringy, rock-n-roll inspired number. (Do you recognize Krystal from MTV’s “I’m From Rolling Stone”)? It must’ve been really hard for them to keep the big secret, but they’ve dropped plenty of cryptic hints along the way. CLICK HERE for the full scoop.